A periodic table chart discovered at the University is officially recognised as the oldest in the world by the Guinness World Records.
Fire never just burns. It rips and tears and blazes and guts. At least it did in the headlines which accompanied reports of the BMS fire.
Scientists from the University have developed a unique periodic table which highlights the scarcity of elements used in everyday devices.
A periodic table chart discovered at the University is thought to be the oldest in the world.
Two top research grants have been awarded to academics at the University of St Andrews by a major national funding body.
Scotland is to remain at the forefront of international research.
Professor Andrew Smith is the RSC Charles Rees Award winner for 2018.
More than half a million pounds for work in chemistry and Scottish history.
Professor David Cole-Hamilton wins major triennial distinction
Investment to take on healthcare market